“Should I Leave the Country?”

I wrote this in April 2013, but now, fifteen months later, waves of people are beginning to ask me again, “Should I leave the country?” I hold by my comments in this earlier post, just noting that the fifteen months that have already passed represented crucial time you could have been preparing for a move or creating a better situation where you currently reside. Make your decision soon and act accordingly. Act means take inspired action, not just sitting around in fear or daydreams. A tiny step in the right direction is at least a step in the right direction. 🙂 Blessed Be!

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Since the Boston Marathon, I’ve received quite a few private emails, texts and blog comments from people either telling me they feel like they should leave the US or wondering if I would advise them to do so. That’s a tricky question, because individual circumstances vary widely, but since so many people are asking me that question right now, I thought it merited at least a short blog post. Before I get to it, I want to say that I’m not advising anyone to stay or go: that’s a very personal decision. I’m simply sharing some thoughts, intuitions and observations here. Please make of them what you will. Take whatever resonates and leave the rest for someone else who might have a different viewpoint and life goals but also read this blog.

You don’t need to be psychic or particularly intuitive to realize things are dicey in the USA. In…

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  1. Posted by Sophia Sutton on July 30, 2014 at 2:29 am

    Thank you, Laura! This is still very pertinent. Perhaps i will join you in Goshen…I really don’t want to be in or as near to the city as I am. Love, Sophia

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  2. Hi Sophia,
    I just sent you a private email RE: Goshen. It is not paradise, so please do research. Our little spot is becoming so, but I have loads of magickal prtoection on it, because this is such an impoverished area on major government assistance.

    If you have followed my concerns about Agenda 21 here, you’ll also know that awake and intelligent/creative tend to be separate qualities here. Most of the best and ecologically savvy minds here are barreling towards A21.

    There is no perfect place. What matters is to be where you feel called to be. If that turns out to be Goshen, great, but please don’t mistake my feeling called here for an endorsement of it as a safe haven. Our little segment may be, but that would be much more due to magickal protection and enormous hard work of planting a food forest than because Goshen happens to be a place the NWO won’t find.

    On the contrary, it is being welcomed here on the federal money train, which seduces extremely impoverished communities to renounce their sovereignty and self respect. I am working very hard here to make sure that doesn’t happen. Best to go where one feels led for one’s own path. It would be a mistake to assume that my path would work for everyone. That said, it is probably a better spot than St Louis!
    Much love and luck,
    Laura

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  3. Yep, Goshen is a better spot than St. Louis: http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=314557 … I knew you weren’t in St. Louis when I typed that but for some reason had a hit that St. Louis would be hard hit soon. Um, yeah…. Prayers for the people there…

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